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Lunch Launches At Le Zinc; False Fire Alarms At Graffiato

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CLEVELAND PARK—Recently opened French brasserie Le Zinc has announced that it is launching a lunch service tomorrow with items like pappardelle carbonara, croque monsieur, a savory crepe and more. The restaurant also plans to open on Mondays starting in September. [EaterWire]

CHINATOWN—There was a little false alarm this morning when the DC Fire and EMS Twitter feed reported a possible fire on the roof of Mike Isabella's Graffiato. But everything (and everyone) is fine at the restaurant, which says it was just soot from the oven and jokes via Twitter that they would've put the fire hose on the prosecco tap. [Twitter]

CAPITOL HILL—The Feast chats with Art and Soul chef Wes Morton about the restaurant's new in-house butchery program. That guy butchers two pigs a month, with a grand total of 1,000 pounds of pork making its way through the kitchen each month. [The Feast]

Art and Soul [Photo: Tracey W./Yelp]

Art and Soul

415 New Jersey Avenue Northwest, , DC 20001 (202) 393-7777 Visit Website


707 6th Street Northwest, , DC 20001 (202) 289-3600 Visit Website

Le Zinc

3714 Macomb St, NW, Washington, DC

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